Professor Anthony Hollander
As scientists, we're sometimes viewed as another species. I'm on a bit of a mission to break down that stereotype by showing that I'm a human being.
There is a wealth of information to help evaluate your public engagement activities. Useful websites include: National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement > and Research Councils UK Public Engagement with Research > (PDF 1.9 MB)
Many organisations have expertise in evaluation and there is a plethora of toolkits, methods and approaches to help think through this part of your work. The NCCPE website is an excellent place to start.
The information on this page will grow, but for starters, the following organisations are experienced in designing and developing evaluation programmes, but are not being endorsed by CPE.
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